CSA renews Louis Morisset’s term as Chair for two more years

By The IJ Staff | March 31 2017 10:45AM

Louis Morisset, president and CEO of Quebec regulator, the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF).

The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) announced March 30 that it has renewed Louis Morisset’s term as Chair of the CSA for two more years.

Morisset, who is also President and CEO of Quebec’s Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), had his CSA term as Chair renewed until March 31, 2019. He was first appointed CSA Chair in March 2015.

Harmonizing and advancing securities regulation

“I look forward to another two years as CSA Chair and to continuing the collaborative work with my colleagues from other jurisdictions as we remain firmly committed to delivering on the priorities set in our most recent three-year business plan,” said Morisset. “Our focus will remain on our fundamental objectives, which are to work collectively to protect Canadian investors while striving to further harmonize and advance securities regulation in Canada.”

Renewed term for Vice-Chair

The CSA has also renewed – for a further two years – the term of its Vice-Chair Don Murray, who is also Chair of the Manitoba Securities Commission. It also renewed Maureen Jensen’s term as Chair of the CSA’s Policy Coordination Committee for two more years. Jensen is Chair and CEO of the Ontario Securities Commission